The Conservative (Nebraska City, Neb.) 1898-1902, May 29, 1902, Page 12, Image 12
12 Conservative , Boston , Mass. , April 28th. To Joy Morton : I am greatly shocked by your message as I had no idea that your father was seriously ill. It is not possible for mete to be at the funeral and I shall ask Col. Soott to go in my place. 0. E. Perkins. Omaha , Nob. , April 28th. To Paul Morton : My heartfelt sympathy to you and yours in this great affliction. Your father's life was an incentive to earnest effort and best endeavor. O. F. Manderson. Knoxville , Tenii. , April 28th. To Paul Morton : You and your brothers have my deep est sympathy. Your father was one of the truest men and best friends I ever knew. Ohas. W. Dabney. Omaha , Neb. , April 28th. To Paul Morton : Have learned with deep sorrow of the death of your father , for whom I had the highest admiration. Mrs. Burt joins me in sincerest sympathy for you all. Horace G. Burt. Washington , D. O. , April 28th. To Paul Morton : I mourn the death of your illustrious father , whom I loved as a true friend , and extend my sympathy to all the family in their grief. E. J. Burkett. New York , April 28. To Paul Morton : I mourn your father's death and offer my sympathy to the family. He is held in affectionate remembrance by those who were so fortunate as to have his friendship. His influence was whole some and his manhood and citizenship of the highest type. G. B. Harris. Washington , D. O. , April 28th. To Paul Morton : Just arrived ; accept our sincere sym pathy. He was a father to be proud of. Excepting my own father , I have never loved or respected a man more. William E. Curtis. Philadelphia , Pa. , April 28th. The Conservative : Permit me to express deepest sym pathy with the sons and associates of Hon. J. Sterling Morton. His death is a terrible loss to our country and brings sincere sorrow to all his friends. W. Atlee Burpee. New York , April 28th. To Joy Morton : My sympathy.W. W. Emlen Roosevelt. Browuville , Neb. , April 28th. To Joy Morton : Sincere and heartfelt sympathy to you all. How terrible the stroke. Providence permitting , Mrs. Furnas and I will attend the funeral. Eobt. W. Furnas. Omaha , Neb. , April 28th. To Mark Morton : You have lost a father , I a friend , and Nebraska its greatest mind. Euclid Martin. St. Paul , Minn. , April 28th. To Mark Morton : I am pained to hear of your father's death. Marvin Hughitt. Cleveland , OhioApril 28th. Paul Morton : You and your people have the earnest sympathy of our whole household. P. P. Wright. Oswego , N. Y. , April 28th. To Joy Morton : My heartfelt sympathy is yours in your bereavement. The memory of your father's noble and sterling char acter will continue as a great comfort to you all. T. P. Kingsford. Detroit , Mich. , April 28th. To Joy Morton : Sad news reached me here last night. Sympathize with you all deeply. Shall try to be with you tomorrow morning. W. S. Eddy. Lincoln , Neb. , April 80th. Miss Morton : I mourn with you and with Nebraska over the death of its foremost citizen. Bishop Bonacum. Denver , Col. , April 29th. Messrs. Joy , Paul and Mark Morton : Please accept my heartfelt sympathy for your great loss ; were I at home would pay my respects in person. J. A. Oreightou. Omaha , Neb. , April 28. To Paul Morton : Individually and as a citizen of the United States , Nebraska and Omaha , I lament the passing away of your illus trious father. You have my profound sympathy. Geo. F. Bidwell. Omaha , Neb. , April 28. To Joy Morton : In your great loss Mrs. McCord joins me in extending deepest sympathy. W. H. McCord. Baltimore , April 27. To Joy Morton : Just received your message and wish to extend my sincere sympathy. His death will be a great loss not only to those who are near him but will De far reaching. E. L. Fuller. Omaha , Neb. , April 27th. To Joy Morton : Shocked and grieved at your father's death ; our deepest sympathies are with you. Geo. B. Lake. San Diego , Oal. , April 28th. To Joy Morton : Words cannot express our grief , nor can they convey the sympathy we tender on the death of your honored father. James F. and Steptoe Kinney. Chicago , April 27th. To Paul Morton : Mrs. Eckels joins me in. expression of sympathy on the death of your father. He was one of the country's able , hon est men ; his death will be greatly de plored everywhere throughout the country. J. H. Eckels. Pekin , 111. , April 29th. To Joy Morton : I tender you my heartfelt sympathy in your bereavement. H. G. Herget. Washington , D. 0. , April 29th. To Paul Morton : Accept my sympathy in the death of your distinguished father. He was able to render his country notable service. Charles W. Fairbanks. Los Angeles , Gal. , April 29th. Morton Bros : With sorrow I learn of the death of your father. Accept my sympathy in this sad bereavement. W. E. Hill. Omaha , Neb. , April 28th. To Paul Morton : Morning papers announce the passing over of your father , who was my friend and whom I loved and admired. Ac cept my sympathy. J. R. Buchanan. Washington , D. O. , April 28th. To Paul , Joy and Mark Morton : With the deepest sorrow and regret I hear this morning of the death of your most estimable father. You have my heartfelt sympathy. J. H. Millard. Chicago , April 28th. To Paul Morton : This morning's press dispatches re port the passing of your distinguished and beloved father. I count it a priv ilege to have known him ; he was one of nature's noblemen and an illustrious sire of worthy sons. Accept my sym pathy. Very sincerely , J. O. Stubbs. New York , April 28th. To Paul Morton : Please accept my sincere regrets and deep sympathy. F. K. Pendleton. St. Joseph , Mo. , April 28th. To Paul Morton : My sinoerest sympathy to you and your brothers. O. M. Spencer. St. Louis , April 28th. Pained and shocked. I heard of the death of your distinguished father , whom I was proud to claim as a friend and who was highly esteemed by all who knew him , as well as by all who comprehended the true quality of American citizenship. I shall endeavor to attend the funeral at Nebraska City. David R. Francis. Buffalo , N. Y. , April 28th. I learn with great pain of the death of your distinguished father. Mrs. Bissell - sell joins me in assurance of deep sym pathy in your bereavement. Wilson S. Bissell. Sioux City , la. , April 28th. You have our sympathy in your great affliction. George Weare.